Photo courtesy of the Mexican National Institute of Anthropology and History One hundred seventy years ago, 11 American soldiers, believed to be a part of the Tennessee militia, died on foreign soil in the Mexican-American War, and, on Wednesday, they will finally return home with the help of MTSU’s Forensic Institute for Research and Education (FIRE). The long-lost …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and one overwhelmed moderator battled one step closer to the oval office Monday night. The first presidential debate was anything but tame, as both candidates fought to capture the attention of American voters. It was a no-holds-barred flurry of insults and platform deconstructions that, miraculously, went only …

Photo Courtesy of Terry Huff Terry Huff, an MTSU alumnus, has been helping adults diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder for 20 years. Recently, Huff released his book, “Living Well with ADHD,” which features the everyday trials of people living with ADHD and ways to overcome them. Through personal experiences since his own ADHD diagnosis in 1994, Huff’s work …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr  Monday at 8 p.m., the long-awaited first presidential debate will take place at Hofstra University. Millions of American eyes will watch as the two front-runners wade into a war of mud-slinging, platform disagreements and NBC’s Lester Holt. Both Trump and Hillary have seen fascinatingly large ups and downs during their campaign …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr Students, faculty and other professionals gathered Wednesday evening to hear from a panel of doctors, police,and social workers tasked with describing the causes of gang violence in communities. The Symposium on Gang Violence Reduction was hosted by MT Engage and held in the Student Union Parliamentary Room. The session began with Dr. Carter Smith, …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Story and video by Andrew Wigdor / Assistant News Editor and Stephen Barnum / Contributing Writer Students and citizens in the workforce alike have seen an unfortunate dilemma in 2016. Registered and capable voters remain uncertain on who to vote for come November. Many have claimed that neither Donald Trump nor …